Hydrogen is still dead

Outsourced to Joe Romm:

This just in: Hydrogen fuel cell cars are still dead

That Saturday Night Live-esque headline was inspired by a story in the Wall Street Journal today:

“Top executives from General Motors Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. Tuesday expressed doubts about the viability of hydrogen fuel cells for mass-market production in the near term and suggested their companies are now betting that electric cars will prove to be a better way to reduce fuel consumption and cut tailpipe emissions on a large scale.”

Really? Hydrogen cars of dubious viability? Who ever could have guessed that in a million years? And electric cars are “a better way to reduce fuel consumption and cut tailpipe emissions on a large scale”? I’m shocked, shocked anyone could come to that conclusion [pun intended]. (more…)

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One response to “Hydrogen is still dead

  1. Everyone should learn how to convert their car into a Hybrid because this is so easy, it costs almost nothing and it makes much more money STAY into your pocket ! Plus, it saves our planet from that much pollution. I recommend anyone who wants to save money on gas to use an Hydrogen Gas Saver !

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